Hockey Musical star debuts 75-carat Ontario diamond necklace

Allie MacDonald, star of SCORE: A Hockey Musical dazzled the world on opening night at the Toronto International Film Festival when she walked the red carpet wearing a million dollar rough Ontario diamond necklace. Inspired by Canada’s raw, natural beauty, the 75-carat rough diamond necklace, valued at $1M was designed by Canadian artist Reena Ahluwalia and produced by Vancouver-based Crossworks Manufacturing using 27 un-cut, un-polished Ontario diamonds.  Crossworks, who has an exclusive agreement to polish an allocation from the Victor Mine in Ontario, Canada, is the only company in the world to provide diamonds that are mined, cut and polished in Ontario. In addition to being the most sought after, Ontario diamonds are stunningly clear and considered to be the most valuable in the world. “A Canadian star wearing Ontario diamonds on the red carpet at the gala opening of the TIFF made all of us at Crossworks very proud,” said Dylan Dix, Marketing Director of Crossworks Canada. “Crossworks made this diamond necklace to show the world the natural and exceptional beauty of Ontario diamonds from the Victor Mine, which are of the finest quality and are the most sought after in the world. These diamonds, like Allie MacDonald, are a Canadian treasure." Following the celebrations at the Toronto International Film Festival, the necklace will be available at BIRKS on Bloor in Toronto.


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